WE are all born sexual creatures, but it's a pity that some people despise and crash this natural gift from God.

These words aptly describe the marital dilemma of a 48-year-old Bulawayo woman who sued her 56-year-old husband accusing him of sexually starving her for 12 years.

The woman, Simangaliso Muringi, pleaded with the court to compel her husband Charles Ndadambi Muringi, a transport officer at Mpilo Hospital to stop denying her sex.

To justify her sexual starvation

AN argument over who raves the most between the two friends turned nasty when a man struck his friend with an axe several times on the head and he collapsed.

Mehluli Sibanda and Stanley Matema who are friends were having a nice time at Mehluli's homestead in Ndimimbili Village in Lupane, Matabeleland North Province, on 12 September at around 5pm when death suddenly struck.

During their beer binge, an argument arose between the two over who 'fu*ks' better than the other.


As the Zanu PF war to succeed President Robert Mugabe escalates, Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa was at the weekend caught up in bizarre church rituals in Mt Darwin, where a popular prophet told the gathered crowd that the VP needed help to ascend to the presidency.

The VP visited the revered Madzibaba Wimbo shrine after going to Mashonaland Central on Saturday, ostensibly to help raise funds for a new school there.

He was subsequently told by the mysterious 92-year-old prophet

Organisers of a beauty pageant at a leading college in Harare allegedly forced models to catwalk without panties.

Now pictures exposing the models privates have gone viral on social media.

Claims are that the models were told to remove their knickers to catwalk properly on the ramp as they were having difficulties walking.

The models' panties were also reportedly leaving visible demarcations which made the Organisers order them to catwalk without knickers.

One of the

Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) ministries founder, Walter Magaya on Saturday claimed he was being labelled a Satanist by other Pentecostal church leaders who are envious of the growth of his church.

Magaya, who is in South Africa for his second international crusade this year, told journalists that although there is no "bad blood" between him and United Families International Church (UFIC) leader, Emmanuel Makandiwa, most preachers who started their ministries earlier


A Penhalonga man was left with a permanent scar on his face after a prostitute he had hired, with the aid of her mother, a renowned shebeen queen in the Tsvingwe area, stabbed him with broken bottled over $16 sex fee.

With his face covered in bandages and wallowing in pain, Prince Mugodo who buys sex from prostitutes appeared in court after Selina Mapati reported the matter to the police claiming that he had unlawfully entered her house in the middle of the night.

Narrating his

After 35-years of iron-fisted rule, President Robert Mugabe is paving way for his wife Grace to take over from him, as factional and succession battles continue devouring his party, analysts have said.

"Mugabe is heading a faction within Zanu PF that is pushing for Grace to take over, but facing strong resistance from several other factions," senior southern African researcher at Human Rights Watch Dewa Mavhinga said.

He said it was clear that Grace's elevation was

THE 25-year-old woman from Mayville, Durban, KZN was over the moon when the pastor apparently told her he was in love with her and wanted her to be his wife.

She claims he told her he would introduce her to the congregation, but he never did . . .

Instead, on Sunday, Pastor Simbarashe Hwara of Prophetic Life International Church in Umgeni allegedly told the congregation of another woman that he loved and was going to marry!

"When I met him, I just fell in love with him

THE door to door national HIV and Aids survey will start next week, the director of the Aids and TB Unit in the Ministry of Health and Child Care, Dr Owen Mugurungi said yesterday. He said the $3 million Zimbabwe Population Based HIV Impact Assessment (ZIMPHIA) will kick off on October 12 and will run for six months.

ZIMPHIA is a door to door survey where selected individuals will be tested for HIV and Aids and syphilis as well as being counselled in the comfort of their homes.


FIVE Nigerian clergymen were reportedly deported by Zimbabwean immigration officials at Harare International Airport under unclear circumstances late Saturday amid reports that some local church leaders had engineered the move to fend off competition for the "spiritual space", NewsDay has learnt.

Harare lawyer Jonathan Samukange confirmed that his clients made of two groups of up to seven Nigerians who had come as advance party for pentecostal cleric and self-styled prophet

Tired of being on the receiving end of unrelenting attacks over the past few months from Zanu PF's seemingly ever scheming Young Turks known as the Generation 40 (G40) group, the ruling party faction aligned to embattled Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa is fighting back with venom.

Insiders yesterday said so angry were Mnangagwa's allies that they were once again agitating for the dismissal from Cabinet of alleged G40 kingpins, Local Government minister Saviour Kasukuwere and


In a worrying development, an underage girl, believed to be around 12 years old, was on Friday involved in daylight sex session with an older boy under the 'fly-over' bridge just outside Harare City Centre, at the inter-section of Seke Road and Julius Nyerere way.

And this happened at an area used by many people going about their business that side of town and a crowd even gathered to catch a glimpse of the 'live sex session'.

The two 'sex smiths' are both

A man who sent text messages accusing a fellow church member of having sex with his wife was slapped with a $100 fine for contravening Postal and Telecommunication Act.

Tigere Wasara, 38, of Hospital Hills, pleaded guilty when he appeared before magistrate Nyasha Kuture on Saturday.

Wasara reportedly sent two offensive texts in Shona, insulting Owen Mutasa recently.

Asked why he committed the offence, Wasara said he was responding to a whirlwind of messages he had also

Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries leader Prophet Walter Magaya has welcomed President Mugabe's criticism of Pentecostal churches that have mushroomed over the years saying the Head of State was justified in expressing concerns.

Addressing journalists on Saturday in Pretoria, where he was holding a three-day crusade, Prophet Magaya said he shared President Mugabe's sentiments over the proliferation of Pentecostal churches.

President Mugabe is on record expressing


WHILE he was alive, Joseph Ngobeni was a wonderful husband to his wife, Patricia Serero.

But since Joseph died at the age of 54 in 2006, life has been hell for Patricia, who is now 53. She says her late husband is jealous and won't let her get on with her life.

"I was honoured to have Joseph in my life. But now Joseph is dead he isn't happy to see me in a relationship with any other man," said Patricia.

She has tried many times to find a man to love her but

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